Hello friends. I’m very pleased to announce the wheels are turning on record number 4. It will be called Dreamweaver and will be filled with honest, soft and melodic offerings. The material will be written by yours truly with the assistance of my new friend Boo Hewerdine. An old friend, Mattie Foulds will produce and engineer at Castlesound studios. All of these factors, combined, lead me to believe this album will be a personal favourite for me, and hopefully you too.
Obviously these are strange, groundless times for all of us. At this exact moment I have a kickstarter campaign active. Whilst I have been fortunate enough to finance my recording up until this point, I was dependent on tours which no longer exist to pay the studio and musicians involved in Dreamweaver. This kickstarter campaign is how we can make this album in this current reality. I have various things I can offer as part of the campaign that include;
Livestream performance***Previously unreleased material***Previews of Dreamweaver***House Concerts***One on One songwriting sessions***Handwritten Lyrics***
If any of these interest you, please consider checking out the kickstarter page and contributing to the journey of this gentle boat on the rocky sea.
I am delighted to let you know we are at 80% of the Kickstarter target for my new solo record Dreamweaver. With 16 days left I am confident we can make it the rest of the way and work on Dreamweaver can commence. To everyone who has selected a reward and supported this journey so far, THANK YOU. Each and every contribution, large and small will become the sinew and the tissue of this recording and campaign.
It has been my pleasure to connect with so many of you throughout this process. The beautiful thing about being an independent artist is the ability to break down the middle man barrier of the industry and directly interface with the people who appreciate your musical voice and perspective. It has felt very natural and human to offer my services and to speak with you all. On a personal level, managing the campaign of the Kickstarter and pre-production of Dreamweaver has increased my capacity to manage things which come less naturally to me than writing songs. It’s been transformative to let go of stories around what I “can’t do”. A sort of spiritual journey (fucking hell I always make everything so dramatic). But really, this is what I’m thanking you for as well as your parting with your hard-furloughed pennies.
Your support is a wonderful thing and I’m excited to return it musically.
If you haven’t yet checked out what’s on offer in the rewards section of this page, please consider doing so by clicking the K in the top left corner of this video.
Adam’s new band, The Magpie Arc, featuring award winning folk artists Nancy Kerr and Martin Simpson, drummer/producer Tom Wright and bassist Alex Hunter have started recording their debut album this week, and this year’s gigs and festival appearances will be announced shortly. Follow the band’s Facebook page for updates and news here
Adam and the band’s annual Traverse Theatre gig will be on Monday the 3rd of February where they will be joined by Buoy Gull (Mairearad Green and Kenny Anderson), so if you missed the joint sold out gig at the Rose Street Theatre back in November, or indeed you were there and want to see it all again, then get your tickets here
Also out today is a new video of Adam solo singing the beautiful song he wrote with Heidi Talbot, Can’t Feel The Love Tonight, and you can watch it on YouTube here
The final gig of our autumn tour with Buoy Gull (Mairearad Green and Kenny Anderson) is now unreserved seats so best to get along early and get a good one folks. And yes, the Kenny Anderson in Buoy Gull is “KC” so don’t miss this opportunity to see them. Ticket link and further details available from our live page here
In answer to everyone who has been contacting us with a question about the upcoming gigs. All we can tell you is that yes, the Kenny Anderson in Buoy Gull is the one that you’re asking about. See all live dates here